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Can Moving Away from Traffic Help Protect Your Heart?

Can Moving Away from Traffic Help Protect Your Heart?

Living near major roadways may increase the risk of dying of coronary heart disease

By | Posted October 5, 2010

Dissecting Your Favorite Brew

Dissecting Your Favorite Brew

Researchers identify some of the proteins that make beer “beer”

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Easing the Burden of Military Suicide

Easing the Burden of Military Suicide

A new study shows promising data from the Air Force’s Suicide Prevention Program

By | Posted May 26, 2010

Jersey Shore Juice Heads: More Than A Fad?

Jersey Shore Juice Heads: More Than A Fad?

Shifts in male body image may lead to lower self-esteem and more frequent supplement use

By | Posted February 19, 2010

Snows Bleed

Snows Bleed

If you thought the terms “snowpocalypse” and “snowmaggeddon” were the most troubling repercussions of this week’s weather, you weren’t alone.

By | Posted February 11, 2010

Did Tainted Cow’s Milk Kill Jane Austen?

Did Tainted Cow’s Milk Kill Jane Austen?

Medical and literary experts debate English novelist Jane Austen’s fatal illness

By | Posted December 7, 2009

Marathoning: Is it in Our DNA?

Marathoning: Is it in Our DNA?

Some scientists believe the modern human body evolved to run

By | Posted October 31, 2009

Sip-worthy Soporifics Keep Some Scientists Skeptical

Sip-worthy Soporifics Keep Some Scientists Skeptical

Uncertainty clouds the red wine longevity debate.

By | Posted October 27, 2009

"Immortality Enzyme" Earns Researchers Nobel Prize in Medicine

“Immortality Enzyme” Earns Researchers Nobel Prize in Medicine

This year’s first round of winners represents a historical first for the prize.

By | Posted October 6, 2009

Tuberculosis is at a Record Low, and We've Been Here Before

Tuberculosis is at a Record Low, and We’ve Been Here Before

History’s lessons on the resurgence of a disease.

By | Posted October 5, 2009

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